Realme Narzo ten will appear with a quad rear digicam set up showcasing a 48-megapixel principal sensor, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth teased by a tweet posted on Saturday. The new smartphone is launching in the nation on March 26. If we glance at our former studies, the Realme Narzo ten will be aimed at Gen-Z shoppers. The smartphone will appear five,000mAh battery. The Realme Narzo ten will be introduced together with the Narzo 10A that is so considerably teased to have triple rear cameras and a gradient back. Each new Realme telephones will also have a waterdrop-type show.
Sheth took to Twitter to tease the digicam aspects of the Realme Narzo ten. The government posted an image that reveals the 48-megapixel principal digicam sensor on the new smartphone. Even further, he advised some new software program enhancements to produce an improved pictures practical experience on the new Realme handset.
The Realme Narzo ten and the Narzo 10A will launch in India as a section of the firm’s Narzo sequence by a livestream up coming week. In the new sequence, the Realme Narzo ten is thought to be a rebranded variant of the Realme 6i that was introduced in Myanmar earlier this week. The Realme 6i also has a 48-megapixel principal sensor as a section of its quad rear digicam set up to give some standpoint.
Unlike the Narzo ten, the Realme Narzo 10A is expected to be a rebranded design of Realme C3 Thailand version that experienced unique requirements above its Indian counterpart.
On Friday, an Indian tipster advised that the Realme Narzo ten would launch in India with a cost tag less than Rs. 15,000. The smartphone was also rumoured to have been spotted in a retail store. Furthermore, it is said to appear with the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC that first debuted on the Realme 6i.